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A Miniaturized Magnetic Induction Sensor Using Geomagnetism for Turn Count of Small-Caliber Ammunition
AbstractThis paper presents a miniaturized magnetic induction sensor (MMIS), wheregeomagnetism and high rpm rotation of ammunition are used to detect the turn number ofthe ammunition for applications to small-caliber turn-counting fuzes. The MMIS, composedof cores and a coil, has a robust structure without moving parts to increase the shocksurvivability in a gunfire environment of ~30,000 g’s. The MMIS is designed and fabricatedon the basis of the simulation results of an electromagnetic analysis tool, Maxwell® 3D. Inthe experimental study, static MMIS test using a solenoid-coil apparatus and dynamicMMIS test (firing test) have been made. The present MMIS has shown that an inductionvoltage of 6.5 mVp-p is generated at a magnetic flux density of 0.05 mT and a rotationalvelocity of 30,000 rpm. From the measured signal, MMIS has shown a signal-to-noise ratioof 44.0 dB, a nonlinearity of 0.59%, a frequency-normalized sensitivity of 0.256±0.010V/T·Hz and a drift of 0.27% in the temperature range of -30~ 43°C. Firing test has shownthat the MMIS can be used as a turn-counting sensor for small-caliber ammunition,verifying the shock survivability of the MMIS in a high-g environment.
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Yoon, S.-H.; Lee, S.-W.; Lee, Y.-H.; Oh, J.-S. A Miniaturized Magnetic Induction Sensor Using Geomagnetism for Turn Count of Small-Caliber Ammunition. Sensors 2006, 6, 712-726.View more citation formats
Yoon S-H, Lee S-W, Lee Y-H, Oh J-S. A Miniaturized Magnetic Induction Sensor Using Geomagnetism for Turn Count of Small-Caliber Ammunition. Sensors. 2006; 6(7):712-726.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yoon, Sang-Hee; Lee, Seok-Woo; Lee, Young-Ho; Oh, Jong-Soo. 2006. "A Miniaturized Magnetic Induction Sensor Using Geomagnetism for Turn Count of Small-Caliber Ammunition." Sensors 6, no. 7: 712-726.
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